Abstract: Supervising providers of behavioral services effectively has both performance management and ethical implications. In a behavioral perspective, supervision is a reciprocal relationship in which each individualï¿½s behavior influences the other. Effective supervision includes careful task analyses, constructive feedback and goalsetting. Ethical supervision includes attention to individual dignity, collaborative problem solving, and correct and current representation of the underlying science. Learning Objectives: At the conclusion of the presentation, participants will be able to: (1) recognize the reciprocal relationship inherent in supervision; (2) identify best practices for feedback and goal setting; (3) identify components of ethical supervision; (4) discuss how supervision can increase job satisfaction settings.